En UNICEF más de siete mil hombres y mujeres alrededor del mundo trabajan diariamente para que todos los derechos sean reconocidos y ejercidos por todos los niños, las niñas y los adolescentes. Aquí se presentan las historias de vida, en la viva voz de los y las protagonistas, sobre lo que la labor de UNICEF ha representado en sus realidades cotidianas.

My reencounter with Nicaragua

German citizen Matthias Scharpenberg’s three-month internship with UNICEF Nicaragua is coming to an end. His work consisted of reviewing research ...

Life of a midwife

Santa Elena Figueroa Martínez is one of the Miskito community midwives of St. Jerome, 1 hour upriver by boat on ...

Niñez interrumpida

Carol es una adolescente de la ciudad de Matagalpa (a 128 Km. al Noreste de Managua). De su infancia, sólo ...

Intergenerational dialogue on a taboo subject

By Marta Garcia Terán.- Steven is a 14-year-old Creole from the city of Bluefields in the South Atlantic Autonomous Region ...

My city is not as safe as I thought

By Marta Garcia Terán.- “I feel informed and I can prevent sexual abuse,” says 15-year-old Ruth Noemí Álvarez Zamorán firmly. ...

Since childhood

Ivette Urbina Valeria Reyes is 14 and for four years has been part of the organized group of teenagers in ...

The importance of using a computer

By Marta García Terán. Thirteen-year-old Solieth Medrano is an ethnic Miskito who is in third year at secondary school in ...

The right to live in peace

By Marta García Terán. Sixteen-year-old Felix Brooks is a tall, thin boy who talks very confidently. He is studying fifth ...

"I now have the capacity to help other girls and boys”

By Marta García Terán. Ana Cristina Bork is 11 years old and lives in Bilwi. For a few months now ...

Talking about sexual abuse

By Marta García Terán. Twelve-year-old Dilon Williams is a first-year secondary school student who wants to be a teacher when ...